BALYO, a technological leader in the design and development of innovative robotic solutions for material handling trucks, announced a partnership with Körber, an integrator with unmatched supply chain technology expertise.
BALYO bridges the gap between traditional material handling equipment (MHE) and autonomous mobile robots (AMRs). This includes forklift trucks, tow tractors – (for tugging applications), stackers – (for floors/low level pallet movements) and reach-robots (for high racks). Through PLd level safety sensors and proprietary ‘Driven by BALYO’ technology for autonomous operations, robotic MHE can be seamlessly integrated into existing operations without the need for additional or change in client’s infrastructures.
Robots are already increasingly supporting businesses around the globe to tackle challenges in goods movements in the warehouse. The partnership opens up new opportunities to businesses. Kӧrber will work with BALYO to integrate its range of robotics to overcome challenges associated with full pallets, bulk movements, and heavy goods. The result is flexibility, agility, and scalability – smoothly increasing throughput and productivity with company growth.
Pascal Rialland, CEO of BALYO commented, “We are very pleased to pursue this collaboration with Kӧrber as we continue to develop a partner network that meets local and global needs for industry verticals and logistics customers. Kӧrber’s expertise in warehousing and logistics and their global presence reinforce the complementary nature of our two companies and are a major asset for deploying BALYO complementary solutions to our customers.”
Nishan Wijemanne, Global Leader AMR/Robotics, Körber Business Area Supply Chain explained, “Flexibility, adaptability and precision are everything in today’s supply chain. Our partnership with BALYO is a testament to Körber’s dedication to offer the right tools to make this a reality. Robotics bring a new level of performance to warehousing and logistics. Our expertise combined with BALYO’s unique solutions will empower business around the world to conquer today’s complexities and to evolve with consumer and industry demands to capitalize on all the future holds.”
Pascal Rialland, CEO of BALYO and leader in the design and development of innovative robotic solutions for material handling trucks, shared that BALYO considerably strengthened commercial development prospects. The company is counting on an enhanced technological platform which reduces sales cycles and benefiting from the ramp-up of direct sales to complement existing indirect sales channels. The direct sales channel is now fully operational in the USA.
The geoguidance navigation system developed by BALYO allows vehicles equipped with the system to locate their position in real-time and navigate autonomously inside buildings/warehouses. Within the automated handling vehicle market, BALYO’s 2021 outlook includes the acceleration of profitable growth after the successful implementation of a more efficient and autonomous commercial strategy. BALYO will pursue efforts to accelerate sales in 2021, including the addition of John Hayes, a well-respected and experienced industry thought-leader, as Director of US Sales to grow North American business development. The anchoring of new operational drivers, commercial partnerships forged with integrators, and commercial autonomy through technological developments will uniquely position BALYO in 2021 and beyond.
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Company Name: Balyo, Inc.
Contact Person: John Hayes, Director of Sales
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Phone: (704) 905-1571
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Country: United States